Treat your loved ones and reconnect with the great outdoors, swapping the daily grind for scenic walks, delicious local food and cosy evenings sipping wine by the fire. Sleeping four guests and an accompanying hound, this traditional cottage is set on the cusp of the Brecon Beacons National Park and perfectly tailored for outdoor pursuits. Don your walking boots and set off to explore the sweeping countryside, or challenge your inner adrenaline enthusiast with a multitude of activities at Llangorse Lake 7 miles away, a popular destination for sailing, paddleboarding and kayaking.
Elevated above the countryside with panoramic views of the surroundings, the cottage has a large enclosed garden perfect for sipping wine and enjoying a BBQ supper. Inside, the property is simply presented yet warm and cosy with a feature wood burner and comfortable furniture for snug nights curled up watching films. Rustle up family meals in the kitchen and perch on a barstool ready to feast by candlelight, or enjoy simple snacks and tasty treats at leisure. Climb the cottage-style stairs to find two charming bedrooms, both sharing a generous bathroom with a shower-over-bath for long soaks. There is off-road parking for two cars, and storage for bikes is also available. The single bedroom has a handy trundle bed, ideal for young guests.
A short 6.5-mile drive will bring you to Brecon, a bustling market town brimming with history, independent shops and friendly eateries. Sample some taste bud tantalising local fare, browse the museum, and perhaps take some time to visit the local crafters and watch glass blowing in action. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is a treat for walkers and cyclists thanks to the beautiful scenery. Heading in the opposite direction, Hay-on-Wye 10.5 miles away is renowned for its selection of bookshops and annual literature festival.